Donald Wayne Swander
Obituary, Northern Wyoming Daily News,
WORLAND --- Worland native and longtime area resident Donald Wayne Swander, 33, died in a single-vehicle accident east of Worland early on Saturday, Sept. 21.
He was born on May 4, 1963 in Worland, a son of Robert and Frances Kay (Lyman) Swander.
He grew up on the family ranch on the
He began working as a truck driver and welder at McGarvin Moberly Construction Co. in 1984, and was a hot-mix plant operator at the time of his death. He was also a sound-mixer for the band Runaways.
Mr. Swander was an outdoors enthusiast. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Survivors include his parents of Cody; his maternal grandparents, Clair and Mildred (Riley) Lyman of Worland; two brothers, Stephen of Pueblo, Colo., and Roy of Coleville,
He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Amos and Ida Bell Swander; and by a nephew, Dustin Amos Swander.
The service is scheduled for 1 p.m. today at the
Memorials may be made to the Primary Children's Hospital in care of Bryant Funeral Home,
Bryant Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Donald Wayne Swander, Obituary, The Pioneer,
Donald Wayne Swander was born May 4, 1963, son of Robert and Kay (Lyman) Swander. He grew up on a ranch on Lower Nowood, attended Ten Sleep Schools, graduated in 1981 then attended
McGarvin Moberly Construction Co. in 1984, and was a hot-mix plant operator at the time of his death. He was also a sound-mixer for the Runaway Band. He loved the outdoors. Survivors include his parents of Cody; his maternal grandparents, Clair and Mildred Lyman, two brothers, Stephen of Pueblo, Colorado, Roy of Coleville,